Tuesday November 6, 2007

Man shortage in Mosman?

A new study of 25-34 year old singles by statistician Bernard Salt based on the 2006 census figures showed Mosman had more available women than men, with just 85 blokes for every 100 single sheilas.
- Sydney Morning Herald, 21 October 2007

How else has your community changed over the past 5 years?

The Mosman Community Profile has been updated with results from the 2006 Census.

The Community Profile is an excellent resource for the business community, students, researchers and the community in general.

It enables detailed analysis of the changes to the Mosman community over a 15 year period, as it presents statistics from the 2006, 2001, 1996 and 1991 censuses in table and graph format.

The Profile shows that there have been no significant changes to the composition of the Mosman community over the past five years.

The population has increased by 2.9% to 26,236.

20.5% of the population is aged between 0 and 17, and 21.0% is aged 60 years and over. The largest changes in age structure were in the age groups 60 to 69 (+645) and 85 and over (+121 persons).

View the Mosman Community Profile.

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